Gloria Patri


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Gloria Patri

(ˈɡlɔːrɪə ˈpɑːtrɪ; ˈɡlɔːrɪˌɑː; ˈpæt-)
n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the Lesser Doxology, beginning in Latin with these words. See doxology
2. (Music, other) a musical setting of this
[literally: glory to the father]

Glo•ri•a Pa•tri

(ˈglɔr i ə ˈpɑ tri, ˈgloʊr-)
n.
the short hymn beginning “Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost.”
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" For the AOVICF, 12 choirs will be showcased: Don Bosco Makati Boscorale, Chor Pueri et Puellae Cantores Plocenses (Poland), Chorus Vocales Philippines, Far Eastern University Chorale, Gloria Patri Singers, Miriam College High School Glee Club, Philippine Normal University, Kalibnusan Chorale, Philippine Vocal Ensemble, St.
Together with the other friars, the Franciscans introduced the basic rudiments of the alphabets, the three R's and of course, the Doctrina Cristiana and the ways and how to recite the basic prayers like Ave Maria, Pater Noster and Gloria Patri plus the catechism given by the Curas.
The other songs, performed by the UST Singers with vintage prowess, were the two arrangements of 'Ave Maria,' by Kevin Memley and Daniel Elder; 'Gloria Patri,' by Budi Yohanes Susanto; 'Let Me Fly,' arranged by Robert de Cormier; 'Eres Tu,' by Jose Calderon Lopez; 'La Apporumbeosis,' by Guido Lopez Gavilan; 'Dalaga't Binata' by Lucio San Pedro; and 'Hallelujah,' by Mervyn Warren, Michael Jackson and Mark Kibble.
Each psalm (and canticle) concludes with a doxology (Gloria Patri) and is preceded and followed by an antiphon.
In the commercial market it is also present the spring water Gloria Patri (low mineralization) at Sao Miguel Island.
They pray or sing in the Gloria Patri, "world without end, amen," yet cull their eschatology, or theology of the consummation of God's kingdom ("on earth as it is in heaven"), from these more popular "The end is near" sources not at all congruent with the latest biblical scholarship.
The seventh movement, "Gloria Patri," was particularly affecting.
One of the highlights of "The Look of Law" is Mary Kelly's Gloria Patri (1992), in which three ascending rows of polished, etched aluminum trophies narrate victory, force, and masculinity in the context of the Gulf War.
as does your omission of the Gloria Patri after psalms.
As an alternative to the Gloria Patri ("Glory be to the Father and to the Son ..."), a hymn of praise that formed part of the entrance rite with which the liturgy traditionally began, a hymn was offered that was quite startling in its concept and wording: "This is the feast of victory for our God.
As with Gloria Patri, 1992, Mea Culpa furthers Kelly's interest in the phenomenological process of reading.
Byzantine psalm-singing tends to entail a change of respond for the 'Gloria Patri' (which, as in the West, is in two verses, and with which a theotokion or hymn to the BVM is often sung).